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Don't Look Back, We're Not Going That Way
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She makes you FEEL everything. It is pure Marcia. She admits that it is scattered and skips around topic-wise, but that makes it all the more endearing. Grab some snacks, hunker down and read this book. Don't forget the tissues. You'll be wiping away tears from both laughing and crying.
Marcia Wallace is one remarkable dame, and if I closed that book left with one thing it is the reminder that we all need to shake off the small stuff and be grateful everyday for the gifts and people in our lives.
She openly shares her own personal battles with so many actual stories that many of us only fantasize about and some we couldn't even dream up. The book is so rich with life, laughter, heartbreak and joy.
Wow, I stayed up until 3:30 AM reading this book to the wonderfully, hopeful, finish. Marcia's story and the way she writes really entertains you, touches you, makes you laugh and cry out loud, often at the same time, and finally her tenacity, hope and sheer guts bring her to this wonderful point in her life, her brilliantly written, thoroughly entertaining autobiography. I say RUN don't walk to buy this book and ....don't look back we're not going that way.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
But even though I miss the actress, Marcia Wallace, the secretary we all wanted and the animated teacher who was more real than most of my own, she exists in this memoir, funny,... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Karol
I knew Marcia for more than 20 year and her book had me laughing, crying and laughing again! Bought this for some dear friends of mine who never got to meet her.Published 4 months ago by Just me!
I enjoyed this well-written book. The author shares very personal and potentially traumatic life events in a matter-of-fact, humorous manner. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amy B
Emmy winner Marcia Wallace is best known for her role of Carol Kester in the 1970s Bob Newhart Show and her voice as Miss Krabapple in "The Simpsons. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sylviastel
Marcia worked with us, Ruth, Mike and Ron Young and the staff at.PC, Fairfield, Iowa LOVED her. Sister, Karen Hughes.Published 15 months ago by Amazon Customer
A former childhood friend…….
So good to read her take on our childhood……..& such a sad ending.
It was great to hear about her life. I always liked her and thought she did a great job on the Bob Newhart show. She'll be missed.Published 22 months ago by Sherry C. Cotten